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The Chasm review ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook So much seems unattainable Driven by a yearning he doesn't understand compelled toward a destination he can't uite see the traveler navigates the inhospitable landscape with determination and a flicker of something like hope despite the obstacles that seem to unerringly block his path Best selling novelist R. The Chasm is adapted from Randy Alcorn s book Edge of EternityNick Seagrave has been brought from our world into another where spiritual battles can be seen where a red road holds the secret to eternal life and a chasm awaits those who try to find Charis the City of LightI read Edge of Eternity several yeas ago and loved it The Chasm is uite short about 110 pages and it took me a couple of hours to read It nicely condenses Nick Seagraves allegorical journey to Charis into something maybe a Bible study group would enjoy reading together and discussing Enough is told of the backstory that readers new to the story won t feel lost and those who have enjoyed Edge of Eternity will appreciate the book s focus on the chasm and the way the Woodsman finally makes it crossable The only thing I misses from Edge of Eternity was how Alcorn fleshed out the other characters besides NickAltogether The Chasm makes a short enjoyable read that will introduce readers nicely to Edge of Eternity I received this book for free via Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group s Blogging For Books program

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The Chasm review ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Andy Alcorn weaves a supernatural interplay of wills and motives lusts and longings love and sacrifice It's a potent mix that leaves every reader wondering Do I really understand this world I live in Do I really understand myself Is there to all this than I've ever dared hope INCLUDES 12 ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIO. A story allegory until the end that speaks to the human condition and humanity s relationship with a Christian god The author reads the book audio book and is sometimes too energetic in his reading Good imagery A sometimes heavy handed allegory but still thought provoking

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The Chasm review ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook A Journey He Couldn't Miss and a Step He Couldn't Take He found himself a traveler in the strangest of lands Where invisible secrets come starkly into sight Where the fairest of companions leads the way into unsuspected danger and darkness Where hidden battles burst into the open Where so much is graspedand. I m reviewing this because I received it for free through Goodreads First Reads programThe one thing worse for me than reading a bad book is writing a bad review of it But I had such a hard time finding anything to like about this book As a Christian it s not as if I even had many theological objections to the story and I m not even opposed to Christian fiction I like almost everything by CS Lewis and in my younger years I read and enjoyed Beverly Lewis books and Francine Rivers Mark of the Lion trilogy What I didn t like was the forced allegory The story seemed to make no sense at all apart from its theological implications like what motivation did Nick have to participate in nailing the feet of the Woodsman Really good Christian fiction or even allegories in general usually read as good stories in themselves This one not so much One unfortunate effect of the transparency of Alcorn s allegory is that people encounter it like a Bible study not like a work of fiction people can t be open minded about something when the message is constantly being forced on them Moreover even as allegory what does this book do to make the basic Christian story of salvation seem real It seemed to do nothing but provide illustration of some basic Christian concepts no imagination necessary The characterization too was rudimentary at best but I suppose that s what happens when you write an everyman character Speaking of which I also had some problems with the main character being in fact a man The section on lust was too too much for me if the goal was NOT to see women as objects then don t portray the only women in the book as objects of sexual lust All we learned is that lust is harmful to the spiritual life of men and women don t really enjoy it I understand that the book was written from the perspective of a male character and I normally wouldn t mind except that this book is supposed to be a highly generalizable Christian allegory and assuming the male perspective in this case is just another way of participating in the mistaken idea that men s spirituality is all that matters In sum I really wanted to like this book and I tried to give it the benefit of the doubt but there was just nothing there to redeem it

  • Hardcover
  • 120
  • The Chasm
  • Randy Alcorn
  • English
  • 10 April 2019
  • 9781601423399